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Virtual Console/WiiWare Discussion

Thriller

Its almost time
Well, I just don't want a Pokemon-related Avatar, k?

And I don't hate Smash Bros, I just think it's inferior to the Brawl game of which by now you can get at the same price in bargain bins.
 

blaze boy

Aka SamuraiDon

fhqwhgads

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I was being facetious.
You were being STUPID.

In fact, you usually are. You just complained about being able to play Solitare a million other ways, yet you're looking at the VC releases every week, hoping for something good, but guess what, nothing on the VC is new! Ever! Yeah!
 

Alzi

Toon link
I forgot to mention i hate pokemon. xD

Also i've played donkey kong country on my gameboy colour and own the second and snes. Hmm they really need to release super mario all stars for the snes already. I already own the game but i woudn't mind buying it again on the VC because i am cool like that.
 

Clamps

Warning: Jokes!
They probably won't release allstars, because then you could get $20 worth of games for only $8. Wouldn't be a good idea business-wise.
 

Thriller

Its almost time
You just complained about being able to play Solitare a million other ways, yet you're looking at the VC releases every week, hoping for something good, but guess what, nothing on the VC is new! Ever! Yeah!

Touche.

Regardless, most VC releases are new to me, having a video game deprived childhood living in a remote town without internet to just order them...
 

Chris

Old Coot
I forgot to mention i hate pokemon. xD

Also i've played donkey kong country on my gameboy colour and own the second and snes. Hmm they really need to release super mario all stars for the snes already. I already own the game but i woudn't mind buying it again on the VC because i am cool like that.

They could make up the price Clamps.
Never gonna happen.

Compilations won't be released if the original versions already exist on the VC's library. That's why we're not seeing SMAS or Ninja Gaiden Trilogy. Not to mention, Nintendo's long abandoned doing compilations when it means they can profit more from releasing the games separately.
 

fhqwhgads

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Touche.

Regardless, most VC releases are new to me, having a video game deprived childhood living in a remote town without internet to just order them...
But you can't understand the concept of new to anyone else, because every time something comes out that already has come out in some form(most recently Bejeweled), you jump right up to ***** about how you can already play it on your iPod or something.
 

Thriller

Its almost time
Uh, isn't it still Nintendo's control when something gets a release or not?

I doubt the lack of VC concentration has to do with them running out of games to release (there should be NO problem releasing things like Pilotwings 64, any of the Mario Party Titles).

I thought Aero the Acrobat was a Sega title. Seems I was wrong.
 

Clamps

Warning: Jokes!
It was on both. It's called being a Multi-platform title.
 

KyogreKing

I'm back
Uh, isn't it still Nintendo's control when something gets a release or not?

I doubt the lack of VC concentration has to do with them running out of games to release (there should be NO problem releasing things like Pilotwings 64, any of the Mario Party Titles).

I thought Aero the Acrobat was a Sega title. Seems I was wrong.

I think they submited it to Nintendo, so could be released any time. I have no proof, but I swear I saw an arcticle that Midway submited the Genesis version of Mortal Kombat I and II around the Wii's launch. I cannot find any recent news of it now, since Midway kicked the bucket.
 
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Thriller

Its almost time
It's 1997 once again, when Aquarium Simulators was cool!

WiiWare

AquaSpace
Publisher: Nintendo
Players: 1
ESRB Rating: E (Everyone)
Price: 600 Wii Points™
Description: Turn your television into a virtual aquarium with AquaSpace. You can simply relax and watch the fish or take the opportunity to read detailed information about them, such as scientific names and habitats, using the illustrated encyclopedia. If you want to get up close and personal with the fish, you can send your Mii™ character on a dive to swim with them, feed them or hunt for trivia icons to discover fish-related facts. Choose from eight aquarium themes and spruce them up with dozens of different fish and a variety of decorations, wallpaper and plant life. You can also change the background music by taking your pick from a selection of songs or using the sound of water. Then, once everything is set up, you can view your aquarium from a variety of camera angles (including a fish-eye view). Visit every day and watch your aquarium change – your fish will grow, and new fish may be born. Life continues in your aquarium even while the Wii console is turned off.

Furry Legends
Publisher: Gamelion
Players: 1
ESRB Rating: E (Everyone) – Comic Mischief, Mild Language
Price: 1,000 Wii Points
Description: The legend starts here. Furry Legends is a dynamic platform adventure with the most fur ever seen in games. Solve fun, physics-based puzzles in a fantastic 3D world called Furland. It's a humorous and weird place populated by funny creatures you've never seen before, including five-eyed crabs, round cows, crazy rabbits and the lovely Furballs. Players control fluffy characters, each with a different set of special skills, such as the ability to manipulate time. Save the Furballs from their doom and keep Furland safe from Lord Squarie. Are you ready for a crazy adventure? Can you save Furland and its lovely Furballs? Try the furriest game of the century!

HoopWorld™
Publisher: Virtual Toys
Players: 1-2
ESRB Rating: E10+ (Everyone 10 and Older) – Mild Fantasy Violence, Mild Suggestive Themes
Price: 1,000 Wii Points
Description: Long ago, a lost civilization called the Elders, who worshipped the magical power of Nature, built a network of sacred temples around the world. Millennia have since passed, and the temples now lie in ruins. But their energy still resonates from the land, attracting adventurers from distant lands. Drawn by the unknown force, friends have begun to rebuild the ruins into ball courts, knowing only that they must relive the time-honored test of the spirit of the Elders: the game now known as basketball. HoopWorld is a three-on-three basketball game with an arcade twist. Unique characters and beautiful natural locations set the stage, while fighting and random power-ups keep the game fast and rough. Choose your favorite team and basketbrawl across the globe to become the undisputed world champions. Play on your own or with a friend and see if you can beat the leaders of the HoopWorld global ranking.

Nintendo DSiWare

Petz Kittens
Publisher: Ubisoft
Players: 1
Price: 800 Nintendo DSi Points
Description: The cutest newborn kittens are here, and they need someone to care for them and love them. Adopt your very own kittens, bond with them and help them grow into strong and healthy cats. Choose from a variety of popular cat breeds including Siamese and Persian. Give your adorable baby kittens lots of loving care: Feed them warm milk, keep them clean and warm, and help them grow. Your kittens make cute faces and react in surprising ways when you play fun games with them, such as peek-a-boo or balloon games.


Scrabble Tools
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Players: 1-4
Price: 500 Nintendo DSi Points
Description: Scrabble, long one of the world's most popular board games, is enjoying a tremendous surge in popularity, both online and in the real world. Scrabble Tools for the Nintendo DSi system helps players hone their skills by strengthening their vocabulary, pattern recognition and point strategies through fun interactive training exercises.

Hospital Havoc
Publisher: Hands-On Mobile
Players: 1
Price: 500 Nintendo DSi Points
Description: Do you have what it takes to run your very own heart-pumping hospital? Help your doctor navigate through the havoc by admitting, diagnosing and treating some of the wackiest patients ever encountered. A comically fun time-management and strategy game, Hospital Havoc presents a challenging campaign with three levels of difficulty to choose from, plus 20 career levels, 19 possible illnesses, three-to-six bed conditions, 11 challenging scenarios (including zombies!), continuous play and rousing replay ability. Personalize your doctor and nurse, and utilize various power-ups and medical machines to help send those patients home.

Happy Birthday Mart
Publisher: Pixel Federation
Players: 1
Price: 500 Nintendo DSi Points
Description: Have you ever dreamed of having your own shop where you sell the goods to your friends? You can make that dream come true in Happy Birthday Mart, and it's no ordinary store. Animals come here to buy gifts for their friends. Manage and serve your customers, clean up and fix broken shelves. Happy Birthday Mart offers tons of fun in six different stores with 12 animals and 24 minigames. You can play the minigames through a separate menu screen.

Crazy Sudoku
Publisher: dtp entertainment
Players: 1-2
Price: 200 Nintendo DSi Points
Description: Play sudoku on the go using your Nintendo DSi system. The game features five levels of difficulty, offering a fun challenge for beginners and pros alike. Choose from two different grid sizes: 9x9 or 6x6. Use the handy Note feature to add comments to each and every cell and solve even the hardest puzzles. Try challenging a friend with the brilliant two-player mode.

Oh look. DSiWare has a cat simulator. Like the gaming industry hasn't had those before. Man, haven't played with a virtual pet since 1999.
 

Clamps

Warning: Jokes!
I haven't ever played one. Because I'm not gay.
 

Clamps

Warning: Jokes!
Not really, you'd have to be some kind of fruity to play with a Tamagatchi or whatever the hell they call those stupid things.
 
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